€25 – €80
Ireland Music Week 2022

Ireland Music Week 2022

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€25 – €80

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Ireland Music Week is an independent festival & music conference dedicated to showcasing the very best in new Irish music.

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Ireland Music Week is delighted to announce that, after two years online, the festival will return live and kicking to Dublin venues in October. The international facing showcase and conference, now the twentieth year, will take place from October 4th-7th.

50 acts will be showcasing in this internationally-recognised event showcasing Ireland’s best emerging talent.

For artists of all levels, the conference at the festival will give them a chance to learn and develop their craft and create new opportunities with agents, labels, bookers, music supervisors and services from all over the world.

The conference will continue to include dedicated B2B elements, along with panels, workshops and one-to-one meetings for the artists with international professionals.

Some of last year’s big successes to progress from the festival include Sprints, M(h)aol, Bobbi Arlo, Bicurious, Cooks But We’re Chefs, Dea Matrona, FYA FOX, Niamh Regan, Pastiche, Pretty Happy, Will Troy and many more.

Since its inception in 2003, the festival has showcased many of Ireland’s best-known acts including Fontaines D.C., David Keenan, Denise Chaila, Kynsy, CMAT, Alex Gough, Aoife Nessa Frances, Pillow Queens, THUMPER, Soulé, Daithí, Jafaris, Chasing Abbey, Saint Sister, Wyvern Lingo, Just Mustard , Villagers, 2013's breakthrough act Hozier, along with Girl Band, Jape, The Coronas, Talos, Le Boom, Loah, Soak, Hazey Haze, Sinead O’ Brien, Æ Mak, Kitt Phillippa, Ailbhe Reddy, MELTS, April, Jyellowl, Somebody’s Child, Junior Brother and more.

First Music Contact, who run Ireland Music Week work with Irish acts from the very beginning. This annual showcase is an opportunity to offer Irish acts some vital exposure provided by the stellar mix of influential international and Irish delegates. FMC also run Music From Ireland, the Irish music export office.

|| Ireland Music Week is supported by The Arts Council and Culture Ireland ||

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